Wednesday, July 5, 1995

San Francisco's Undulating Skyline

de Young Museum

The hills and light of San Francisco create a continuous visual adventure in urban space: buildings and streets rove in height and depth as the open sky shifts from spot to spot, and nothing quite stays as it first appears. Panorama by Michael Rudnick, Spring by Thomas Korschil, Same Difference by Al Wong, The Man Who Could Not See Far Enough (Part V) by Peter Rose, and Side/Walk/Shuttle by Ernie Gehr. Lynn M. Kirby’s film-installation Landscape No. 1 will be on view in the Trustee’s Auditorium foyer beginning 30 minutes before show.